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Digitalization of Education – The How and Why of Lifelong Learning

Research Results Concerning Online-Further Education in Tourism. Significance – Expectation – Utilisation

Lars Rettig

More and more parts of our lives are being digitally enriched. The field of education is no exception. The learning and working worlds are changing, and therefore also the requirements for education, continuing education and further education. At the same time, the period in which knowledge is up-to-date is ever shorter. Thus the ability to do Lifelong Learning is not only decisive for the success of the individual, but also for the sustainable existence of companies, economic sectors and whole regions/destinations. On the basis of psychological, pedagogical and economical concepts the author deals with the How and Why of learning. Based on this he investigates the significance of Online-Further Education in Tourism by means of qualitative expert interviews.

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Rettig, Lars; Friedrichsen, Morten (2018): Spatial development follows digitization – Building up intercultural competences for Tourism, Nordic Management and Logistics in the Fehmarn-Belt Fixed Link Area. In: Leszek Butowski: Mobilities, Tourism and Travel Behavior, ISBN: 978-953-51-5608-6.

Rettig, Lars; Horster, Eric (2018). Student Satisfaction with the Student Counselling Service and Its Influence on Course Enrollments. In: Alisha Ali; John Hull (eds.), Multi-Stakeholder Perspectives of the Tourism Experience. Responses from the International Competence Network of Tourism Research and Education (ICNT). Berlin: Peter Lang Verlag. ISBN: 978-3-631-74686-8, DOI: 10.3726/b14468.

Rettig, Lars (2017): Open Universities – Credit for Professional Competences: Master’s without a Bachelor’s? In: Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, Volume 19, Number 3, November 2017, Milton Keynes (UK): Open University, pp. 53–63. ISSN: 1466–6529. DOI: 10.5456/WPLL.19.3.53.

Rettig, Lars (2017): Digitalisierung der Bildung. Warum und wie lernen wir ein Leben lang? Forschungsergebnisse zur Online-Weiterbildung im Tourismus. Bedeutung – Erwartung – Nutzung. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang (Schriftenreihe des Instituts für Management und Tourismus (IMT), 12). ISBN: 978-3-631-66417-9. DOI: 10.3726/978-3-653-05559-7.

Rettig, Lars (2017): Aus-, Fort- und Weiterbildung im Tourismus. Durchlässigkeit und lebenslanges Lernen als zentrale Herausforderungen. In: Bernd Eisenstein, Rebekka Schmudde, Julian Reif and Christian Eilzer (Ed.): Tourismusatlas Deutschland. 1st edition. Constance, Munich: UVK, p. 108–109. ISBN 978-3-86764-661-1.

Rettig, Lars; Warszta, Tim (2016): Der Einfluss von Kursdesignelementen auf Studierendenzufriedenheit und Studierendenloyalität. Ein Policy-Capturing-Design-Ansatz. In: Wolfgang Pfau, Caroline Baetge, Svenja ← 161 | 162 → Mareike Bendelier, Carina Kramer and Joachim Stöter (Ed.): Teaching...

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